I am writing again on behalf of a friend. You asked for symptoms. She had none- she miscarried and after that the drs. were looking for the reason for the miscarriage and this toxoplasmosis came up in the blood tests.
:24.12.2003 : TOXOPLASMA-IgG-237- when the normal is 40
Here are her other tests until now.
: she was treated with:Traumheel-:10 injections
achinazea and vitamin c
GEPAR-COMPOSITUM- 5 injections
The drs. there are recommending another injection of traumheel and something called "mikoza" (they say it is homeopathic- it may be a word in Russian
The drs. told her that the reason the numbers in the last test are high again is because she is now immune to the toxaplasmosis/
She wants very badly to become pregnant. Is it safe anddo you recommend anything else or instead of for her/
She trusts you implicitly since she has seen the excellent results I have had from your instructions?
faigi on 2004-07-28
Nothing occurred prior- if not for the misscarraige she would not know she is infected.
What can she take to rid of it?
faigi last decadewhat glandular affectios she have had in life? when? how treated?
how far into pregnancy before misscarriage occur?
what last illness she have?when?please desribe symptoms...how treated?
what antibiotic usage in health history?
any white spots on/under fingernails?
what is menatl/emotional state at this time?how has this changed ?
♥ John Stanton last decadeI contracted Toxoplasmosis when pregnant with my first child. My homeopath at the time recommended Proteus (I had another 3 children) and we have never had any problems since except for my first child (he is now 31) who still needs to take it now and then for a brain irritation (basically he gets uncharacteristically irritable!)
Braveheart last decadeHi Braveheart, how exactly did you take proteus and what strength?
Dididecho 11 months ago
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